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will you be in attendance when the Foreign Exchange makes its way to Clarkston?


Zo! responded on 03/19/2014
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Been on tour with +FE since 2008... So not only will I be in attendance, but I'll be on stage playing keys for them. Wait.... When do we play Clarkston??

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Do you come to the Washington DC area?


Zo! responded on 12/23/2013
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Yep! I live in the area and usually play in DC once or twice a year... (most recently in Jan and May '13)

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What's the significance of 3 5?


Zo! responded on 08/04/2013
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35 was my baseball uniform number when I played in high school and college... Any variance of "3hree 5ive" pulls directly from that. (i.e., "zo3hree5ive", "Chapter 3hree, Verse 5ive Music", etc...)

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When will you be coming to Atlanta?


Zo! responded on 07/19/2013
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I'll be there August 10, 2013 at Vinyl.... Here's where you can pick up tickets. http://www.ticketalternative.com/Events/...

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When are you ever coming to Miami?!


Zo! responded on 06/06/2013
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As soon as we can find someone to book me to play in Miami... I'll be there in a heartbeat.

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do you sing?


Zo! responded on 10/07/2012
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Nope, not at all... http://zo3hree5ive.com/2012/06/15/i-dont...

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How would you describe your style?


Zo! responded on 07/13/2012
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My own... And that's truly what matters most to me creatively.

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Will there be any future collaborative efforts with any new artists?


Zo! responded on 07/13/2012
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But of course!!... The new album, 'ManMade' will have a few super talented folks on there...

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will you come to paris this year ?


Zo! responded on 05/15/2012
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Working on it....

Q

As a former teacher, do you take some of those skills learned through education and bring them into your musical life?


Zo! responded on 05/15/2012
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For you to teach music, you have to remain on point simply because your students are gonna hit you with questions from all angles.. AND all eyes and ears are on you and your playing abilities at all times. So to answer your question, absolutely. Teaching your craft keeps you refining, practicing, and studying. Therefore musically you are always improving... One helps the other and vice versa.